Agricultural Education in New Hampshire:

100 + Years  

1907 - The NH State Superintendent of Public Instruction Creates a Secondary School Curriculum in Agriculture. 

1916 - 30 NH Schools provide education in agriculture with 298 students enrolled.

1931 - Granite State Association of FFA is chartered. 

1940 - NH has 16 FFA Chapters with 281 male members

1962 - NH FFA Foundation is formed to provide financial assistance to the FFA program in the Granite State

1966 - First female is elected to FFA State Office in NH - Susan Pratt of Winchester, NH (Girls are not officially allowed membership until 1969!)

1978 - First female in NH is elected FFA State President – Doni Angell of Hampstead, N.H. (Pinkerton Academy Chapter)

1988 - “The Future Farmers of America” officially becomes “The National FFA Organization” to reflect the science, technology and business of agriculture. 

2003 - The NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food welcomes the Granite State Association of FFA 

2007 - Record high of 916 male & female FFA members in 16 NH chapters.

2013 - 16 NH public schools offer agricultural education with over 1,700 students.

2013 - NH FFA Membership is 514 in 14 chapters.

2019 - National FFA membership reaches all-time high of 669,989 in 8,630 chapters.

Granite State Association of FFA

PO Box 2042  

Concord, NH 03302

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The Granite State (NH) FFA Association is a resource and support organization that does not select, control or supervise local chapter or individual member activities except as expressly provided for in the state FFA constitution, bylaws or policies.

2013 Granite State Association of FFA 

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